Item description for Structural Package Designs (Agile Rabbit Editions) (Multilingual Edition) by Pepin Press...
Packag ing is an important factor in any retail environment and a key element in most marketing strategies. Consumers react immediately to package shapes, and are influenced by them when making buying decisions. Different product categories are often easy to recognize by their characteristic form, for example chocolate boxes or milk cartons. On the other hand, a manufacturer of an exclusive product, such as jewellery or perfume, may deliberately choose an unusual, eye-catching form. This completely revised edition of our bestseller serves as a reference for structural design. All designs have been selected on account of their functional relevance and acceptability, and are stored in eps vector format on the enclosed CD-Rom. They can be easily scaled and modified to suit specific requirements.
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Studio: Pepin Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.1" Width: 7.9" Height: 1.7" Weight: 2.4 lbs.
Release Date Feb 28, 2003
Publisher Pepin Press
ISBN 9057680440 ISBN13 9789057680441
Reviews - What do customers think about Structural Package Designs (Agile Rabbit Editions) (Multilingual Edition)?
Useful for Graphic Designer Feb 5, 2008
It is very useful, it have a CD with different files of model of package. You can use it how example and you can understand the structure of each one.
I like the red one more.. Jul 15, 2005
I like the original red structural package designs by Haresh Pathak.
dummy and wrong? Jul 27, 2004
I would recommend this book to everyone who enjoys crafts and modeling, or just to everybody who is curios about the making of things, because this book contains ready-to-use printable and editable (look for the cd-rom) patterns for the most used types of packaging on the market. Be aware that this book is just a collection, a dummy, with no explanations. But unfortunately, all the examples I have printed directly from the source files were somehow misfit and ended to be weird useless objects (stuff for 'The Design of Everyday Things' by Donald A. Norman, if you like). I am not sure if this problem is in my copy of the book (an 'errata corrige'?), I hope that you'll be more lucky than me.
To all design students I would recommend this book, instead: 'The Packaging Designer's Book of Patterns' by Lazlo Roth, George L. Wybenga